Thursday, March 7th, 2024

What’s Next for NOC and SOC — Convergence or Collaboration?

5:30 – 8:00pm ET | New York

Event Overview

Your enterprise has navigated digital transformation and cloud migration – your protection landscape is vastly different today than it was even four years ago. Is it time to now seriously consider converging your Network Operations Center and Security Operations Center or aim for better collaboration instead?

There are compelling reasons for NOC/SOC collaboration if not convergence: Their missions are complementary, they leverage much of the same data, and they use many of the same systems to manage and analyze that data. To boost NOC and SOC efficiency and speed at incident response and resolution, they need to work better together. The question becomes, “What is the more optimal way, increased collaboration or convergence?”

DISCUSSION POINTS

  • What is driving increased NOC/SOC collaboration or convergence, and which sectors are moving in one direction versus another?
  • How can the integrated team use network monitoring tools to attain true visibility across networks?
  • What are the top reasons to drive or accelerate convergence?

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Moderator

Tom Field

SVP, Editorial

ISMG

Moderator

Michael Melillo

Senior Director, Network Management Products

Broadcom

Gedeon Hombrebueno

Senior Product Marketing Manager 

Broadcom

Speakers

Join ISMG’s Tom Field who will be leading this executive roundtable with peers and subject matter experts, Michael Melillo and Gedeon Hombreueno of Broadcom, to jointly explore the trends around NOC/SOC collaboration or convergence. 

This session will be:

  • Chatham house rules
  • Peer driven
  • Pitch free

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Venue

Del Frisco's

1221 6th Ave, New York, NY 10020

Underwritten by

Broadcom combines global scale, engineering depth, broad product portfolio diversity, superior execution and operational focus to deliver category-leading semiconductor and infrastructure software solutions so its customers can build and grow successful businesses in a constantly changing environment.

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